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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT LAB MANUAL Subject: Computer Aided Design Semester-VIII

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS: 1. Case study on automated system of any industry. 2. Practice programming on manual part program. 3. Practice programming on APT. 4. Study and performance on Robot. 5. Performance, simulation on CNC Lathe. 6. Performance, simulation on CNC Milling. 7. Case study on Computer Aided Process Planning. 8. Part coding and Group Technology. 9. Study of Computer Aided Quality Control.

Experiment - 1

Aim

- Case Study on Automated System of any Industry.

Objective - To provide proper interfacing of theory aspects and real practical situation.

Part-A -Theory 1) Definition of Automation. 2) Types of automation. a) Fixed automation. b) Programmable automation. c) Flexible automation. 3) Reasons for Automation. 4) Types of Production. 5) Automated flow lines. - Objectives to use, types- In line, Rotary type. 6) Methods of work part transport. i) ii) iii) 7) Transfer mechanism i) ii) 8) Buffer storage. 9) Analysis of transfer lines without storage i) ii) Upper bound approach. Lower bound approach. Linear transfer mechanism. Rotary transfer mechanisms Continuous transfer. Intermittent or synchronous transfer. Asynchronous or power and free transfer

10) Automated flow lines with storage buffers. 11) Automation strategies.

Part-B- Case Study of any one local mechanical based Industry.

ObjectiveCompany profilePlant Layout Type of operation in industry Advancement in industrySuggestion if any Conclusions-

Experiment -2 Aim - Practice Programming on Manual Part Program.

Objective - To formulate part for lathe and milling using manual part programme.

Theory 1) Introduction to Numerical Control Technique. 2) Components of NC i) ii) iii) Programme of instructions. Machine control unit. Processing equipment.

2) Coordinate system and machine motion. 3) Introduction of NC part programming. 4) Methods of NC part programming. 5) Manual part programming technology. 6) NC words- G code and M code 7) Programme for at least any four to five drawing.

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Experiment 3 Aim - Practice Programming on APT.

Objective - Programming with automatically programmed tools.

Theory

- APT language statement Geometric statement. Motion statement. Postprocessor statement. Auxiliary statements. Programme for at least any four to five drawing

Result

- Practice with APT language.

Experiment - 4 Aim - Study and Performance on Robot.

Objective Programming and functioning of Robot.

Theory3) Introduction of Robot. 4) Robot anatomy:- joints and links i) ii) iii) iv) v) Linear joint Orthogonal joint. Rotational joint. Twisting joint. Revolving joint.

5) Robot configurations.i) ii) iii) iv) v) Polar configuration. Cylindrical configuration. Cartesian coordinate robot. Jointed arm robot. SCARA

6) Robot drive system. 7) Accuracy and repeatability. 8) Types of robot programming. 9) Safety monitoring. 10) End effectors and sensors in robots. 11) Application of robots. 12) Programming for some robotic application.

Result - Study and performance of ROBOT has to be performed.

Experiment -5

Aim

- Performance, Simulation on CNC Lathe.

Objective To translate part program into actual working on CNC Lathe.

Theory 1. Explain various G-Codes and M-codes 2. Programme for at least any four to five drawing 3. Simulation . 4. Job preparation of at least any one drawing.

Result

- Performed the job on CNC Lathe.

Experiment -6

Aim- Performance, Simulation on CNC Milling.

Objective To translate part program into actual working on CNC Lathe.

Theory 1. Explain various G-Codes and M-codes 2. Programme for at least any four to five drawing. 3. Simulation. 4. Job preparation of at least any one drawing.

Result - Performed the job on CNC milling.

Experiment - 7 Aim - Case Study on Computer Aided Process Planning.

Objective - To study the automation part of process planning.

Theory

1. Introduction. 2. Types of Computer aided process planning. i) ii) Retrieval process planning. Generative process planning.

3. Advantages of computer aided process planning.

Result -

Experiment - 8 Aim - Study of Part Coding and Group Technology.

Objective - To study the coding and group technology.

Theory

1. Introduction. 2. Part families 3. Coding technology 4. Obstacles to GT. 5. Methods of classification. i) ii) iii) Visual inspection. Classification and coding system. Production flow analysis.

6. Types of classification and coding system. 7. Benefits of well designed classification and coding system. 8. Machine cell design. 9. Types of cell design.. 10. Benefits of Group Technology.

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Experiment 9

Aim

- Study of Computer Aided Quality Control.

Objective To study automated inspection principles and various methods of carrying out Quality Control functions.

Theory

1. Principle of automated inspection. 2. QC Inspection. 3. QC testing. 4. Types of automated inspection. i) ii) iii) 100 % automated inspection. Off-line and on-line inspection. Distributed inspection and final inspection.

5. Sensors technologies for automated inspection. 6. Coordinate measuring machines. 7. CMM benefits. 8. Other contact inspection methods. 9. Machine vision.

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